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Id: 25725
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Subject: DBD::Pg error with Kerberos on Solaris
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Hello, I believe I have found a bug is DBD::Pg on Solaris 5.8 (I know, it's old) relating to Kerberos. Every time a database script ends on a Solaris, I get this message: Assertion failed: (&(&_m->os)->n)->initialized == K5_MUTEX_DEBUG_INITIALIZED, file ../../../krb5-1.5.1/src/util/support/threads.c, line 388 /local.gazoo/grad/convertdata[4]: 5487 Abort(coredump) This only happens when I run a Perl-based app (e.g. vacuumdb doesn't give this error). I'm running DBD::Pg 1.49, Postgres 8.2. The servers are running on Linux and this bug does not show up in scripts run in Linux, leading me to believe that it's a client-only issue. The weird thing is that it only seems to happen at the end of a script. All database actions are completed successfully, leading me to believe this problem is somewhere in the disconnection or destruction of the connection. Version info... DBD::Pg 1.49 PostgreSQL 8.2.1 Solaris 5.8 Kerberos5 1.5.1 OpenSSL 0.9.8d Perl 5.8.6 Please let me know if you need any additional info. Thanks. Peter
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Any chance you can try this on another libpq application? Perhaps psql or a quick C app. You might also try an email to pgsql-interfaces to see if anyone else has experienced this.
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Subject: Re: [rt.cpan.org #25725] DBD::Pg error with Kerberos on Solaris
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This error did not appear (or at least wasn't reported) when using psql. However, it looks like the bug was due to a specific version of Kerberos on Solaris, or at least our compiled version of it. Compiling the module against a libpq linked with an updated Kerberos fixed the bug. It appears that this was a Kerberos issue, not a database or driver issue. Peter DBD::Pg Developers via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> <URL: http://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=25725 > > > Any chance you can try this on another libpq application? Perhaps psql > or a quick C app. You might also try an email to pgsql-interfaces to see > if anyone else has experienced this.


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